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16 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

I do not like thee, Doctor Fell,
The reason why – I cannot tell;
But this I know, and know full well,
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell.

I think you’ve got way more caffeine and guarana hurtling through your veins than I do, Deeves. 😅

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59 minutes ago, Smokey said:

Reckon we'll win, but it'll be one of those games where we'll be stressing out until the last 10 minutes 

That’s every game for me. EVERY. SINGLE. GAME.

Seeing quite a few Dees fans here. More so than any other team (apart from the home teams). Seeing too many Collingwood fans, as well. I mean, I’ve only seen one but that’s one too many amirite??? 😝

I just walked past four awesome Dees fans, namely Max, Jess, George and Louis Gawn. Pushing the pram and blending in just like any other family out shopping. Any other family where the dad’s a 10-foot beanpole that is.

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This is going to be a much harder game than most people think.

Adelaide are not a bad team, and they are under the pump. 

With May sore, Viney possibly sick, Clarry with a bung hand and Trac and Chandler also sore, I think it will be a tight contest.

 

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If Jack Viney still ill today, is the Kolt a sneaky chance..? 
Hubris and in fear of offending the footy gods, Demons to get it done, 10 goal win, and never in doubt. 
❤️🙏💙

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Very relaxed vibe amongst the players and staff at yesterday’s Captain's Run.  The drills were no more than 3/4 paced, and there was very little contact work.  I reckon we will be as fresh as we can be coming off a 5 day break, but I still worry a bit about this aspect.
Having said that, the Crows have shown no form to worry about this season, and I reckon we have them well covered.  No doubt they will come out firing, and the crowd will be their ally (until we shut them up!) but they will need more than that.  I don’t think it will be an ‘easy kill’, but a kill it will be.  Dees by 21 points.

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We lead off the round again.

So much to like about our seasons start, especially quietening the media about our off season 'disrupting' us.

The Crow has been doing lots of promotional work and could be distracted tonight. 

Anyway, I expect a hard fought game, we have the right stuff and should make it tough for them. 

They have to turn their season around, and we are a difficult team to play. That defensive zone we have, based on gut running, player connection and role playing is great. They will have to have a plan to cut through us, especially if they don't move the ball quickly, and I wonder if Nick's can out-coach Goody's brain trust.

Cmon team, be clean smart, find space, and continue to fight for everything.

Go Dee's! 

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3 hours ago, GCDee said:

I’m not too sure about tonight… 5 day break, being in a mini hub for the week, I’m worried about May, Crows backs to the wall. 
Winning tonight will be huge for us. But if we are a bit flat and get rolled I think I’ll understand why 

I'm more worried about WCW... coming off a 3 day (home & back again) break & no doubt way too many coffees on the road!

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2 minutes ago, Demon Dynasty said:

I'm more worried about WCW... coming off a 3 day (home & back again) break & no doubt way too many coffees on the road!

same here, but top effort....

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6 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

apparently rabies vaccination is required before entering the ground

I believe it takes a week to become effective from last Sat night.  Almost there!

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42 minutes ago, PaulRB said:

If Jack Viney still ill today, is the Kolt a sneaky chance..? 
Hubris and in fear of offending the footy gods, Demons to get it done, 10 goal win, and never in doubt. 
❤️🙏💙

Not an emergency so I would say no

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*and no i didn't buy this...courtesy of the Albury Beechworth Bakery 

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I hope to see Petty play a full game forward. He's been getting better each game back.

Bbb as well.

I hope Chandler isn't hampered by anything and he Kozzy and Nibbler kick a decent amount alongside them both.

With Jvr threatening to clunk a lot more and Fritta needing only a few chances to be dangerous and Sparrow lurking, suddenly our fwd line is looking very dangerous.

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2 hours ago, forever demons said:

Hate these night games.Think I will get back to reading War and Peace to kill time,Im 3 paragraphs in and I reckon I know who did it already.(please nobody tell me)

umm  think I will wait for the paperback version to come out

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25 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

apparently rabies vaccination is required before entering the ground

My vaccination from five days ago should still be effective right? Bugger it, don’t wanna take any chances, I’ll get a booster this arvo. 

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

That’s every game for me. EVERY. SINGLE. GAME.

Seeing quite a few Dees fans here. More so than any other team (apart from the home teams). Seeing too many Collingwood fans, as well. I mean, I’ve only seen one but that’s one too many amirite??? 😝

I just walked past four awesome Dees fans, namely Max, Jess, George and Louis Gawn. Pushing the pram and blending in just like any other family out shopping. Any other family where the dad’s a 10-foot beanpole that is.

whos at home feeding the chooks

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18 minutes ago, binman said:

Sorry, can you say again please.

Good god y’all 

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28 minutes ago, Demon Dynasty said:

I'm more worried about WCW... coming off a 3 day (home & back again) break & no doubt way too many coffees on the road!

she will be fine made of stern stuff

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1 hour ago, Jaded No More said:

This is going to be a much harder game than most people think.

Adelaide are not a bad team, and they are under the pump. 

With May sore, Viney possibly sick, Clarry with a bung hand and Trac and Chandler also sore, I think it will be a tight contest.

 

And they're just the players we know of with niggles...

Five day turnaround, intense crowd, hungry team who always plays better at home.

If their forwards get going and they can get enough entry we'll be in trouble.

But I'm backing our system to prevail still and win a tight one!

Go mf'n Dees!

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